StarCraft 2 has received its latest patch, and it focuses primarily upon the game's Co-op game mode.
One of the things that interests me about a game like Heroes of the Storm is that, unlike other MOBA titles such as League of Legends, it isn't free to just invent brand new heroes out of whole cloth.
A new patch for StarCraft 2 has arrived, and though it contains some bug fixes, it's primarily focused upon StarCraft partnering with O'Gaming TV to support Nation Wars V.
Every people has its heroes -- the brave beings who define courage, valor and integrity for them and their kind.
StarCraft 2 currently has a couple of balance changes in testing to address some of the game's current competitive pain points.
StarCraft 2's last expansion may have been released more than two years ago, but that doesn't mean the game's stopped moving on forward.
StarCraft first released March 31, 1998 and Blizzard will be celebrating the game's 20th anniversary at this end of this month.
For those of us who play StarCraft 2, patch 4.2.0 has gone live and it's got a lot to look over.
If you're eager for more StarCraft story content, you're in luck.
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